Saturday, September 21, 2013

No Restraints

Bill O'Reilly | Sep 21, 2013
We live in a vicious world. It took about one hour before the Russians started gloating about the Washington Navy Yard massacre. Alexei Pushkov, chairman of a foreign affairs committee in the Russian parliament, tweeted: "A new shootout at Navy headquarters in Washington -- a lone gunman. ... Nobody's even surprised anymore. A clear confirmation of American exceptionalism."
The last paragraph of Vladimir Putin's New York Times op-ed from last week claimed there is no such thing as "American exceptionalism."
Russia remains a bad country, full of internal corruption and, in its foreign policy, supportive of the worst elements on Earth. Folks like the Syrian tyrant Bashar al-Assad and the murderous mullahs in Iran can expect the full cooperation of Russia along with all the arms they can buy.
Outrageous? You bet. But the sad truth is that the United States has largely lost the moral authority to call Russia out, and the world knows it. read story   

KU professor on leave after tweet directed at NRA


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A University of Kansas journalism professor was placed on indefinite administrative leave Friday for a tweet he wrote about the Navy Yard shootings which said, "blood is on the hands of the #NRA. Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters."

David W. Guth, an associate professor of journalism, made the comment on Twitter after Monday's shootings in Washington, D.C., in which 13 people died, including the gunman. The tweet didn't attract much attention until Campus posted a story Thursday, sparking a social media backlash that's spilled over into some state lawmakers calling for his dismissal.

Campaign to halt Peru cat-eating festival

LIMA, Peru (AP) — A Peruvian congressman has joined animal rights activists to try and halt the consumption of barbecued cat at an annual religious festival.

The activists say at least 100 cats will be eaten at this weekend's festival of Santa Efigenia in La Quebrada, a town south of Lima.

Congressman Juan Urquiza joined activists this year to write the district mayor and Peru's health minister and demand a ban on cat-eating under a domestic animal protection law.

Activists also claim that dining on felines is a public health danger.

Health Minister Midori de Habich says the practice should be halted. But she has taken no action.

La Quebrada residents defend their tradition and say the cats sacrificed are specially bred with only a handful killed and eaten.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Pentagon IG: 52 felons got access to military installations

posted at 2:41 pm on September 18, 2013 by Ed Morrissey

How did a man with a history of run-ins with military and civilian police, including admitting to “hearing voices,” get clearance to access a military facility? A new report from the Pentagon’s Inspector General — based on an audit completed before the Navy Yard shooting — suggests that this is not an isolated incident. The IG audit found 52 felons who had access to military installations, including drug dealers and accused child molesters, in an indictment of the Department of Defense’s background-check operations
A new report released by the Pentagon inspector general finds that felons have routine access to military bases throughout the nation.
According to CBS News, the report finds that 52 felons had access to military installations which put “military personnel dependents, civilians, and installations at an increased security risk.” The felons had access to these bases ranging from 62 to 1,035 days.
CBS News special correspondent John Miller reports that the felons who received access included “drug dealers” and “alleged child molesters.”
The Defense Department Inspector General found that one of the Navy’s security programs, which is more often used to review contractors who do not require security clearances, did not vet the workers well enough to eliminate the risks of allowing them access to Navy facilities.
The report states that the Navy Contractor Access Control System did “not effectively mitigate access control risks,” according to CBS News.
The most aggravating part of this report is John Miller’s revelation that checks aren’t including searches at NCIC or the national counterterrorism center that’s supposed to help us connect dots.  Those are the first places a background check should engage.  How many potential terror suspects might be working on these military installations? Do we know?  After all, infiltrating military bases would be one of the obvious strategies to attack the US on our home soil, even discounting Nidal Hasan’s Fort Hood massacre. If we aren’t checking those databases to protect what might be some of the biggest potential targets for terrorist attacks, what are they checking?       
Political Cartoons by Nate Beeler
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We know what will happen, but we watch it anyway

.500 S&W Magnum vs Watermelon

May as well just give diections to thier homes..................

Another NY Sheriff Publicly Defies NY SAFE Act

Cayuga County Sheriff David Gould is the latest New York Sheriff who has stated publicly that he will not comply with provisions of the NY SAFE Act,  provisions that only expose gun owners to criminals:
Cayuga County Sheriff David Gould said he has no intention of releasing names and addresses of pistol permit holders as required under the NY SAFE Act legislation.
The gun control law states that the name and address of a pistol permit holder “shall be a public record” unless the holder files an opt-out form with the county sheriff’s office.
But Gould said the requirement intruded on law-abiding gun owners’ privacy while helping the bad guys.
“That’s absolutely ridiculous,” Gould said. “I won’t release names to people who (file a Freedom of Information Law request). It’s not any of their business. They can FOIL all they want, they can do all they want, but right now, no one who legally possesses a weapon will be known by anyone.”
The NY SAFE Act—another Bloomberg-crafted affront to liberty—is formally opposed by 52 of 58 counties in New York and at least 250 municipalities, along with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which will not comply with the act’s provisions because of concerns over the privacy of veterans.
Various court challenges against the NY SAFE Act are currently winding their way through the courts, but until the court challenges are heard, many law enforcement agencies in New York are simply ignoring the enforcment of this unconstitutional law.

Connecticut man freaks over seeing legal open carry, gets arrested

A man in Glastonbury, CT freaked out over seeing another man legally open-carrying in a bank, and got himself arrested:
Robert Gursky, 50, of Cavan Lane, was in the bank transacting business when he saw a person with a handgun. The person he saw was legally carrying the firearm and had no ill intent, police said.
Gursky, however, was concerned and tried to convey what he saw to a bank teller.
Gursky assumed that a man carrying a gun in a holster was a criminal, and thought that the most intelligent way to handle it was to pass a note to a bank teller that simply said, “gun.”

His first court appearance is September 25.

Forget gun control. America needs government control. Have you noticed the common thread among several mass killings and homeland security incidents lately?
Time and again, it's the control freaks in Washington who have fallen down on their jobs, allowing crazies, creeps and criminals to roam free and wreak havoc while ignoring rampant red flags. Let's review:
Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis: Despite gun-grabbing Democrats' best efforts to blame a nonexistent "AR-15" for this week's horrific Navy Yard massacre, the truth is seeping out about shooter Aaron Alexis. The 34-year-old Navy veteran had been treated since August by the Veterans Administration for a host of mental problems that plagued him for up to a decade.
Officials say Alexis was paranoid, had a sleep disorder, suffered from schizophrenia and was "hearing voices." He told Newport, R.I., police after an altercation just last month that he believed a "microwave machine" was sending vibrations through a wall into his body. Friends say he was a heavy drinker and violent video game addict.   A ticking time bomb,                             View Full Article

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Again, diagnosed with mental problems,no-one followed through, so this is the's.not a gun control problem,IT'S A MEDICAL PROBLEM...again, he slipped through the cracks

Federal gun laws didn't block Navy Yard shooter



Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, right, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin...

WASHINGTON (AP) — The gunman in the mass shootings at the Washington Navy Yard, Aaron Alexis, had a history of violent outbursts, was at least twice accused of firing guns in anger and was in the early stages of treatment for serious mental problems, according to court records and U.S. law enforcement officials.

But Alexis apparently managed to exploit seams in the nation's patchwork of complicated gun laws designed to keep weapons out of the hands of dangerous people. He was able to buy a shotgun in Virginia with out-of-state identification, even though that would have prevented him from buying a handgun.

It is illegal for gun dealers to sell handguns to such out-of-state buyers, but the Firearms Owners' Protection Act, passed by Congress in 1986, opened up interstate sales for shotguns and rifles. Virginia gun laws require only that an out-of-state buyer show valid identification, pass a background check and otherwise abide by state laws in order to buy a shotgun in the state. Alexis was never prosecuted for the two misdemeanors involving guns.

Alexis bought the shotgun at Sharpshooters Small Arms Range in Lorton, Va. on Saturday, according to a statement from the attorney for the gun range.

Michael Slocum said in an email that Alexis rented a rifle, bought bullets and used the range before buying the shotgun and 24 shells. Slocum said Alexis passed a federal background check.

Gunman treated at VA for mental illness, said he heard ‘voices’

Aaron Alexis’s military career was marked by run-ins with the law and superiors, including eight citations for misconduct. Alexis twice passed security checks for a government position, despite a history of arrests, gun incidents and mental illness.

Obama calls for gun-control push

Don't know why we even post anything about this ASS -----Piers Morgan Wrongfully Claimed Naval Yard Shooter Bought AR 15 in Virginia

Low-rated CNN host falsely claims Navy Yard shooter used AR-15, another rifle
“He was carrying an AR-15 rifle, another rifle, and a handgun…” Someone please explain how CNN’s low-rated, bombastic and typically inaccurate British host still has a job. We’d try to explain to Piers that an […]

•Never let a tragedy go to waste: Obama looks to capitalize on Navy Yard shooting

  • Never let a tragedy go to waste: Obama looks to capitalize on Navy Yard shootingUsing the victims AGAIN
    Just as we saw in Sandy Hook, Aurora, Tucson, Northern Illinois University, the WestRoads Mall shooting, and Virginia Tech (just to name a few), the shooter here was a known mental health patient who slipped through […]                         READ STORY
President Obama commented Monday on the tragic Navy Yard shooting then proceeded with a hyper-partisan speech addressing the five-year anniversary of the 2008 economic collapse.

9/11/01 Never knew that 3 buildings went down, interesting..........

The ReThink911 Campaign is a global 9/11 anniversary campaign involving 11 major cities around the world together with grassroots actions at the local level that include the use of transit advertising, bumper stickers, lawn signs, and so on. ReThink911 is sponsored by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and Remember Building 7, a campaign by 9/11 family members to raise awareness of Building 7. The campaign is supported by a coalition of more than 40 organizations that include Scientists for 9/11 Truth. Donations are actively solicited.
The focal point of the campaign message is World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC7), a 47-storey skyscraper that came down on the afternoon of 9/11 in a manner highly suggestive of a controlled demolition. The building was not hit by a plane. The official account of this event attributed the "collapse" to small office fires. The billboard planned by ReThink911 for Times Square, New York City, is shown in the photograph here. The campaign begins September 1 and will last the entire month.  FULL STORY

I'm a little late, but needs to be heard and seen

 Boston School Recites Muslim Poem Instead Of Pledge Of Allegiance On 9/11 Anniversary

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Read story“Cultural differences” on full display.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Man arrested in front of White House

ALICIA A. CALDWELL, 3 hours ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service has arrested a man for tossing firecrackers over a fence at the White House.

A federal law enforcement official says the shoeless man was immediately arrested Monday. An Associated Press photographer heard what sounded like two gunshots outside the White House. Three uniformed Secret Service officers arrested a middle-aged man. The man was white, with dark hair, a blue shirt and white shorts. His white shoes lay on the ground near where the officer tackled him.

The incident happened just hours after at least one suspect opened fire inside the Washington Navy Yard, killing at least 12 people. The gunman was also killed.

"FUNNY OR NOT", Black NRA wouldn't surprise me. Blacks usually demonstrate or sue to be included in anything "Whte" and then start thier "Black" only version, so then they not only have "ours", but then thier own as well........

Black Gun Owners Slam Funny or Die’s ‘Black NRA’ Parody

Leah Barkoukis | Sep 15, 2013
In case you missed it, last week Funny or Die produced a video in which comedian Sarah Silverman, among others, facetiously advocated for a black NRA. It wasn’t funny, but racist and ignorant, as Katie pointed out.
But don’t think the black, gun-owning community let this one slide. NRA commentator Colion Noir and PJTV’s AlfonZo Rachel both took their turn condemning the ‘black NRA’ video—and they’re well worth watching.
“Everyone in this video is guilty of promoting the idea that all young black men are criminals to be feared, because God forbid the Second Amendment apply to everyone, that would mean even young black men can own guns, too, and obviously that should scared every white person in America to vouch for gun control,” Noir says. “Are there white people who don’t want black people to own guns? Yes, and their names are Mayor Bloomberg and Dianne Feinstein…last I checked, the NRA advocated gun rights for everyone.” SURE....But how many  do it legally ??

Comment of the Day: “Obama ended the gun control debate…”

Obama ended the gun control debate when he decided to arm the Syrian rebels with fully automatic machine guns and rocket launchers. He proved people need guns to protect themselves from tyranny. Did he give the rebels background checks before giving them real assault weapons? Also the latest Harvard gun control study found no correlation between gun control and less violent crime. Gun violence is down 49% since 1993. Liberals want to ban guns simply because they do not like them and they feel their emotions are more important than facts and people’s rights.
After the defeat of Bloomberg, Morse, and Giron in Colorado, CNN trotted forth an enraged left-coast academic to froth at the mouth about gun control. John J. Donahue’s sophomoric rant was utterly forgettable, but a response by a reader calling himself “Dirt Grub” put the entire gun control movement’s jihad against liberty in perspective.
Those twenty seven words that are the Second Amendment don’t grant us rights; they exist expressly to limit what the federal government may do regarding our preexisting rights that we retain regardless of any government.
As we mentioned recently responding to another poorly-informed academic, machine guns and rocket launchers are indeed what the Founders would have wanted us to have.
As a petty authoritarian seemingly more interested in golfing than governing, Barack Obama would prefer us to be serfs instead of citizens, but citizens have a right to bear those military arms he would keep only to himself, Mexican drug cartels, and the al Qaeda-aligned Syrian rebels who he seems to think have more rights than his fellow Americans

Police: 2 more possible suspects at Navy Yard

news-general-20130916-US-Shooting-Military-Building.A U.S. Park Police helicopter removes a man in a basket from the Washington...

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WASHINGTON (AP) — At least one gunman opened fire inside a building at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday morning, and officials said six people were killed and at least four were wounded, including a law enforcement officer.

Police were looking for two other potential gunmen wearing military-style uniforms, including one who had on a beret, chief Cathy Lanier said. One had a long gun and the other was also armed, she said. One of the three gunmen had died, though Lanier didn't say how.

Witnesses described a gunman opening fire from the fourth floor, aiming down on people in the first-floor cafeteria. Others said a gunman fired at them in a third-floor hallway. It wasn't clear whether the witnesses on different floors were describing the same gunman.

As witnesses emerged from the building, a helicopter hovered over it, schools were on lockdown and airplanes at nearby Reagan National Airport were briefly grounded so they wouldn't interfere with law enforcement helicopters. Less than 2 miles away, security was beefed up at the Capitol, but officials said there was no known threat there. President Barack Obama was getting frequent briefings on the shooting.

Two Navy officials confirmed at least six people had died. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the situation publicly

About 3,000 people work at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters, which builds, buys and maintains the Navy's ships and submarines and combat systems.               


Three Men ‘Illegally’ Arrested for Openly Carrying ‘Black Powder’ Pistols in Texas – Here’s Why They Are Willing to ‘Fight This All the Way to the Supreme Court’